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    {Guest Review} The Amnesia Girl by Gerri R. Gray

    Today we welcome Isobel Blackthorn to share hers thoughts on Gerri R. Gray’s THE AMNESIA GIRL. Thanks for sharing with us, Isobel! You can learn more about Isobel at her website. If you have an original review you’d like to share with Horror After Dark please click HERE! Synopsis Filled with copious amounts of black humor, Gerri R. Gray’s first published novel is an offbeat adventure story that could be described as One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest meets Thelma and Louise. Flashback to 1974. Farika is a lovely young woman who wakes up one day to find herself a patient in a bizarre New York City psychiatric asylum. She has…

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    {Review} Drop Dead Gorgeous by Donald Allen Kirch

    by Donald Allen Kirch on 2.5.16 Genres: Bizarro, Crime, Dark Fiction, Erotic Horror, Fiction, Horror, Psychological Horror, Thriller Pages: 166 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads "Would you like to hear a story?" The man couldn't help himself. His captor was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. Her powerful eyes held his attention and made him forget that she had him confined in a basement; his hands and feet bound with duct tape. His heart raced as he meekly nodded his head 'yes' to the question. After getting past the terror and discomfort, he reasoned that there was nothing to worry about. He would be missed. He had…

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    {Review} Camp Arcanum by Josef Matulich

    Published by Post Mortem Press Genres: Supernatural Pages: 303 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Marc, the main character, and his assistants were an interesting bunch, bringing craftiness, humor, and brawn to this colorful story. The writing was done well and flowed smoothly. I was able to coast through this read fairly quick. I found the love aspect to be lacking as I thought there might have been some magic behind the attraction as it happened so quickly. Brenwyn had many secrets that she could not/would not share, making certain situations harder than they should have been. While there was nothing really “wrong” with this read, I just didn’t find…

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    {Review} STZ by Andrew Nienaber

    Published by Post Mortem Press on May 14, 2014 Genres: Extreme Horror Pages: 205 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Cassie goes wild on her vacation and has a much sex as she possibly can before returning to her boring hometown in Idaho. Cassie becomes sick and dies shortly after her return. The town turns up to mourn this “good girl,” but one particular person gets a little too close and becomes infected with the same mysterious malady that killed her. The pheromones that the people with the virus give off make everyone sexually attracted to the opposite sex…in most cases anyway. Will Tara, Clayton, and Jerry be able to…

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    {Review} Time of Death: Induction by Shana Festa

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Shana Festa Published by Permuted Press Genres: Apocalyptic Pages: 222 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads Emma, the main character, is the driving force behind this apocalyptic zombie read. With her snarkety attitude, the love of her dog, Daphne, and her adoring husband, Jake, Emma must make choices that can be life or death for herself and others as other survivors come together to survive a horde of the undead.No one, and I mean no one, is safe.The story was tight and…